OFB welcomes two new staffers

Oregon Farm Bureau is proud to welcome two new staffers to its team. • Tyler Alexander, Government Affairs Associate This month, Tyler Alexander joined our Government Affairs team as an associate. Tyler attended Lewis & Clark Law School, where he is a recent graduate. While in law school, Tyler worked in the U.S. Army Corps [...]

OFB welcomes two new staffers 2017-10-30T13:31:57+00:00

Agriculture & Business Groups Call on BOLI for Free Sick Leave Seminars

Express Disappointment on $25 Fee for Training Seminars Portland: “We are disappointed that BOLI would not only delay their implementation seminars until after the effective date of the new statewide paid sick leave law but also charge Oregon’s employers $25 to attend just to learn how to comply,” stated Jenny Dresler of the Oregon Farm [...]

Agriculture & Business Groups Call on BOLI for Free Sick Leave Seminars 2017-10-30T13:31:57+00:00

OFB honors members

Dedicated Farm Bureau members were honored during the 83rd OFB Annual Meeting in Sunriver on Dec. 10. Farm Bureau is a grassroots nonprofit organization, and our volunteers – family farmers and ranchers from all parts of the state – are what make our work credible and possible. Congratulations to all honorees! OFB President Barry Bushue [...]

OFB honors members 2017-10-30T13:31:57+00:00

Don’t lose your $50; donate to OFB PAC!

It’s your $50. Use it or lose it. Through Oregon’s tax system, the state gives each tax-paying Oregonian a $50 gift. But the catch is, you can’t keep it. Instead, you must either pay it back in state taxes – or donate it to a qualified political campaign or cause. To put it another way, [...]

Don’t lose your $50; donate to OFB PAC! 2017-10-30T13:31:57+00:00